Managing the transition to in-home care can be challenging. Using the following tips will help ensure the level of care provided continues to support your active lifestyle so you can age in place with dignity and a renewed sense of independence.
End-of-year is the perfect time for caregivers to think about ways to stay refreshed in the form of New Year’s resolutions. Here are five that you’ll want to include on your list as another year draws to a close.
As someone working outside the healthcare industry, knowing how to begin a career as a certified caregiver isn’t always easy. If you’re still having trouble getting started, these tips from the pros can help you land that dream job you’ve always wanted.
Serving as an informal caregiver can be a physically and emotionally demanding job even on the best of days. Thankfully, staying refreshed while delivering the level of in-home care your loved one deserves is possible by using a team caregiving approach.
Finding options to help lessen your burden while also making sure your parent's needs are being met is possible if you’re open-minded and flexible.
Have you considered a career in caring, or, more specifically, becoming a professional caregiver? If you were made to serve, help, support, care, and connect with others, caregiving may be your calling.
At Senior1Care we realize that great caregivers aren’t defined by degrees, but rather by character. You don’t need to have a background in healthcare, you only need a big heart. The kind of heart that makes clients feel well-cared for and comfortable.
Do you enjoy making a difference in the lives of others? Are you looking for a fulfilling career? If so, a career in caregiving may be the perfect fit for you. To help you decide, we’ve broken down some of the career benefits!
Caregiving is a career you can be proud of – you’re a bright spot for people that can sometimes be lonely or sad, and home care professionals keep older adults at home, right where they want to be.